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Theatrical trailer for ''Gold Diggers of 1933'' (1933)

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Theatrical trailer for the 1933 hit film "Gold Diggers of 1933". The film was a partial remake of the (now-incomplete/lost) 1929 film "Gold Diggers of Broadway" and the (fully lost) 1923 silent film "The Gold Diggers". The backstage musical was heavily themed around the "great depression", seen most notably in the production number "Remember My Forgotten Man". This trailer is public domain, even though the film itself isn't.

This movie is part of the collection: Movie Trailers

Production Company: Warner Bros
Audio/Visual: sound, black and white
Keywords: Classic Film Trailer; 1930s; Great Depression; Popular; Theatrical Trailer;

Creative Commons license: Public Domain Mark 1.0

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